Diwali Ganesh puja Story of lord Ganesha

Diwali Ganesh puja Story of lord Ganesha

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Diwali Ganesh puja Story of lord Ganesha

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Diwali Ganesh puja Story of lord Ganesha

Ganesh Puja has great significance in Hindu mythology.  Lord Ganesh didn’t get the birth, as usual, a child gets. One’s Goddess Parvati, the wife of Lord Shiva, wanted to take a bath then she told One of the Gana’s of Lord Shiva not to let enter anybody inside the place that was created by Shiva on Kailash Mountain. Then came Lord Shiva and he directly come inside. When Mother Parvati saw him, she thought these all are her husbands Gana and oblige him. She thought she must have somebody who requires her exclusively. Then she rubbed off her body and made a statue with the extracted material. Then she made the statue alive with her divine powers. She considered the child her son and named him Ganesh. She loved him very much. She gave him her powers so that he could be able to protect her.


Story of Lord Ganesha:

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Story of Lord Ganesha


One day she went for the bath and instructed Ganesh, don’t let any enter inside as she is going to take a shower”. Ganesh, the divine son, was the mother’s boy and followed her strictly. Then came Lord Shiva and wanted to enter the palace but Ganesh didn’t let him go inside. Lord Shiva got confused and angry as he didn’t know him and Ganesh didn’t know him as well. Lord Shiva got so furious that he fought with him and severed his head off his body. When mother Parvati came back and saw his son dead with head severed from she got angry and sad. She was crying so badly that all the Devtas came to Kailash hearing her cries. Every one asked Lord Shiva to make Ganesh alive. Lord Shiva then sent his followers to bring the head of the baby animal that is not with its mother. They found a baby elephant whose mother was not with him. They took the head of the baby elephant off his body and made it to Lord Shiva who then with his eminent power joint the head with the body of Ganesh and makes him alive again.

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All the Devtas and mother Parvati became happy. Every Devta and Lord and Goddess then gave some power to them and blessings to Ganesh. Goddess Lakshmi game announced that Lord Ganesh is now her son too and have to be worshiped first in any ritual. Whosoever wants to get blessings of Goddess Lakshmi must worship Lord Ganesh before her. Since then, it has become the tradition to worship Lord Ganesh before beginning any ritual. He is now known as Vidhan Harta, i.e., Remover of any obstacles or hindrance.


On Diwali When people worship Goddess Lakshmi, they worship Lord Ganesh first. Mother is worshiped for wealth and prosperity, and Ganesh is revered to remove obstacles from the life and to accomplish every task successfully in life. Lord Ganesh is also the symbol of auspiciousness and is also represented by the symbol “Swastica.” Ganesh has the mouse as his Vahana and loves to eat Modak ( laddu). So people bring home the statue of Ganesha sitting on a mouse and also the statue of Goddess Lakshmi sitting on the lotus flower. Both mother and son are placed together at puja place and worshiped on Diwali. It’s a tradition to keep these statues for the whole year and on next Diwali new is brought in the house are old ones are to be left in the temple. Lord Ganesha is placed everywhere with mother Lakshmi in the house as well at work place. Such a place is given to Lord Ganesha in Hindu mythology. He is also known as the most decent son in the world who loves and obliges his parents very much.

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